Bill Withers - Live at Carnegie Hall album mp3
Live at Carnegie Hall (Bill Withers album). Live at Carnegie Hall is a 1973 live album by the Soul artist Bill Withers. The album was recorded on October 6, 1972 at Carnegie Hall in New York City.
Lovely versions of "Grandma's Hands" and "Lean on Me" are balanced by heartfelt downbeat numbers like "Better Off Dead" and "I Can't Write Left-Handed," the latter being an anti-war song with a chilling message. The set finishes off with the lengthy "Harlem/Cold Baloney," with lots of audience-pleased call-and-response going on. One of the best live releases from the '70s
Recorded on Friday 6th October 1972, Bill Withers Live At Carnegie Hall is one of those rare in-concert albums that puts you right there in the room. It’s like for one night only the Apollo in Harlem had moved 68 blocks downtown. Captured on a night of heavy rain, Withers is genuinely humbled by the reaction of his audience. Like 1972’s Donny Hathaway Live LP (a single album on Atlantic Records) – 1973’s Bill Withers Live At Carnegie Hall. vinyl double has garnished a legendary reputation amongst Soul aficionados.
Withers, Live at Carnegie Hall on November 30, 1972. In 1974, Withers recorded the album +'Justments. Due to a legal dispute with the Sussex company, Withers was unable to record for some time thereafter. On October 1, 2015, there was a tribute concert at Carnegie Hall in his honor, featuring Aloe Blacc, Ed Sheeran, Dr. John, Michael McDonald and Anthony Hamilton recreating his 1973 concert album, Live at Carnegie Hall, along with other Withers material
Bill Withers: все альбомы, включая The Best Of, Ain't No Sunshine, The Essential Bill Withers и другие. Lean on Me: The Best of Bill Withers. Bill Withers Live At Carnegie Hall.
Album · 1973 · 14 Songs. On a rainy New York City night in 1972, Bill Withers transformed Carnegie Hall into a soul revival meeting. It’s not just his warm, gritty vocals on the sweetly aching Ain’t No Sunshine or his fervent take on the gospel-infused Lean on Me. It’s the palpable connection you can hear between performer and audience in his warm patter and reminiscences. By the time he closes the evening with the 13-minute soul-stirrer Harlem, Cold Baloney, everyone in the room is a believer. Live At Carnegie Hall Bill Withers.
Recorded live at Carnegie Hall in connections with The Record Plant. Other Versions (5 of 27) View All. Cat.
Harlem/Cold Baloney (Live) Tracks 1 to 13 are the live double album "Bill Withers Live At Carnegie Hall" – released April 1973 on Sussex SXBS 7025-2 in the USA and A&M/Sussex AMLD 3001 in the UK. The attention to detail in the Box set is pleasing - the first 4 discs sport the Sussex label as per the original vinyl albums while the following five have the red Columbia labels. Still Bill" has its 'opening doors' front sleeve while the double "Live At Carnegie Hall" also has its original gatefold reproduced. Carnegie Hall" is a whole heap of magic and you can literally feel the audience filing it into their memory banks. When he launches into some of the debut album's finest moments - "Ain't No Sunshine" or the lesser-heard funk of "Better Off Dead" - you can literally feel the crowd loving it - grooving - whopping - whistling.
Title: Live at Carnegie Hall
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